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											대한민국이 세계생물다양성정보기구(GBIF : Global Biodiversity Information Facility)에 2001년 5월 31일 가입함에 따라 GBIF 회원으로서의 의무사항 이행과 적극적 참여 및 활동을 지원하기 위하여 GBIF 한국위원회와 GBIF 한국사무국(KBIF)을 설치하였다. 또한, GBIF 전략계획 및 실행프로그램의 수립․실행에 적극 참여하고, 공통 기술표준 및 「GBIF 양해각서」 상의 지적재산권 규정 범위내에서 GBIF를 통한 생물다양성 정보를 공유하며, GBIF에 새로운 생물다양성 정보 제공의 경우 위원회의 결정을 반영함을 목적으로 한다.

										
연구윤리제정일 2009-04-01 원문서비스url http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/2287884X
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										Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity Ethical Guidelines

Enacted on 1 April 2009
Revised on 4 March 2013

Chapter 1 General Affairs
Article 1 (Purpose) The purpose of this Guidelines is to establish regulations and guidelines to establish research ethics and integrity as well as to prevent any irregularities with respect to academic papers in Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity published by the Korean Biodiversity Information Facility (hereinafter called the “Secretariat”).
Article 2 (Scope of Application) This Guideline shall be applied to those who post academic papers to the Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity published by the Secretariat.
Article 3 (Scope of Research Irregularities) The research irregularities stipulated by this Guidelines refers to forgery, alteration, plagiarism, wrongful indication of authors and duplicate postings to be conducted on research proposals, implementation, report and presentation of research activities and shall include the following events.
1. “Forgery” refers to the act that falsely makes the data and/or research result that does not exist.
2. “Alteration” refers to the act that fabricates the content or result of research by artificially manipulating materials, equipment and processes or randomly deleting relevant data. 
3. “Wrongful Indication of Author” refers to the act that does not present the person who makes scientific and technical contribution to a research legitimately with the entitlement of author without justifiable reasons or that presents the person who has not made scientific and technical contribution to a research legitimately with the entitlement of author as a token of gratitude or honorable treatment.
4. “Duplicate Posting” refers to the act that publishes the identical or nearly the same research materials in two or more academic journals.
5. The act that intentionally obstructs the investigation into irregularities of the author or other relevant people or that does harm to the informant who reports irregularities. 
6. The act that seriously infringes on what is conventionally accepted in scientific and technical community. 

Chapter 2 Research Ethics Committee
Article 4 (Establishment of Research Ethics Committee) Research Ethics Committee(hereinafter called the “Committee”) shall be established to deal with irregularities with respect to academic papers submitted to Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity, including forgery, alteration, plagiarism, wrongful indication of authors and duplicate postings.
Article 5 (Organization of Committee) (1) The Committee shall be comprised of naturally calling members and commissioned members who are recommended by the editor in chief of Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity and who are commissioned by the president of Secretariat. 
(2) The chairman of the committee shall be assumed by the editor in chief of Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity and the vise chairman shall be elected by mutual vote among members and shall take the place of chairman on in the chairman’s absence.
(3) The naturally calling members stipulated in Paragraph 1 shall consist of three committee members of Secretariat while commissioned members three committee members of Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity Editorial Board.
(4) The term of commissioned outside members shall be two years. However, the term of byelected members shall be the residual period of the corresponding predecessors. 
Article 6 (Function of the Committee) The Committee shall deliberate and make resolution of following issues.
1. Research ethics issues raised on the papers, proposals and reports posted in Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity 
2. Well-intentioned report on research integrity with respect to Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity 
3. Investigation into irregularities with respect to Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity 
4. Preventive measures against and education on prevention of irregularities
5. Other issues regarding research ethics assigned by the chairman of the Committee 
Article 7 (Committee Meeting) (1) The chairman may summon a meeting if it is deemed necessary.
(2) A resolution shall be made with participation of more than half of registered members and approval of half of participants. 
(3) The Committee may invite relevant personnel to speak in front of the committee meeting if it is deemed necessary.
(4) The Committee meeting, in principle, shall be held confidentially. However, the Committee may disclose proceedings of the meeting if it is deemed necessary. 
Article 8 (Authorities and Responsibilities of Committee) (1) The Committee may request for attendance of informants of irregularities, subjects of investigation, witnesses and references as well as submission of relevant materials. 
(2) If the subject of investigation refuses to attend the requested meeting or to submit relevant materials, he or she may be presumed to accept the charge(s). 
(3) The Committee members shall keep various issues regarding deliberation strictly confidential. 

Chapter 3 Verification and Measures Against Irregularities
Article 9 (Request for Deliberation and Investigation) (1) The interest party (or parties) of papers posted in Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity shall request the Committee, in writing or via email, for investigation and deliberation of irregularities using his or her own real name. However, an anonymous request with detailed information on irregularities and evidences shall be processed in the same way as a real name-based request. 
(2) The chairman shall summon a committee meeting immediately upon receipt of request stipulated in Paragraph 1.
(3)The Committee shall investigate into potential irregularities in accordance with the provision of Paragraph 1 if there is a request or significant suspicion on them. 
Article 10 (Confidentiality) (1) The identity of informant who reports irregularities involved in papers posted in Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity shall not be disclosed directly or indirectly and the committee shall be careful not to infringe on honor and right of the claimed author of paper until the inspection and verification of irregularities is finalized. 
(2) All things with respect to investigation shall be kept confidential and investigators shall not disclose any confidential information obtained directly or indirectly while engaging in investigatory work. Notwithstanding the above-mentioned provision, the Committee may disclose relevant information in accordance with the resolution stipulated Article 7, Paragraph 4 of this Guideline.
Article 11 (Exclusion, Exception, Refrainment) (1) If a Committee member happens to be a direct interest party of the concerned paper, he or she shall be excluded from the investigation procedure. 
(2) Under the circumstance where fairness cannot be ensured from a certain Committee members, the informant of irregularities or the paper contributor may file an exception against him or her and if accepted the concerned person shall be excerpted from the corresponding investigation.
(3) A Committee member may refrain from the investigation into potential irregularities in papers if there is a reason for not being able to conduct a fair investigation.
Article 12 (Penalties) (1) The Committee may impose a variety of penalties for irregularities detected from investigation, including caution, private warning, public warning, recommendation for rectification, restraint in submission of paper, and invalidation of posted paper.
(2) The Committee shall prohibit the first author of the paper proven to be involved in irregularities from posting a paper in Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity for three years, delete the concerned paper from Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity and make a public announcement of the fact on its next edition. 
(3) The announcement stipulated in Paragraph 2 shall include the name of author, title of paper, number of edition with the paper in it, date of cancellation, reason of cancellation and etc.
Article 13 (Notification of Result) The chairman shall immediately notify, in writing, the relevant persons including an informant of irregularities and paper contributor of the investigation result. 
Article 14 (Administrative Protest) (1) An informant of irregularities or paper contributor may file a written protest against the decision of the Committee within 14 days of notification of the result. 
(2) The chairman shall launch a reinvestigation upon approval of appropriateness of the protest. 

Supplementary Provision
Article 1 (Effective Date) This Guideline shall enter into effect upon completion of deliberation and resolution made in National Biodiversity Information Facility Operational Committee.
Article 2 (Scope of Application) Any unethical publishing behaviors in Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity is based on the guidance from the Committee on Publication Ethics (http://publicationethics.org/), unless the other regulations are specially specified. 


										
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